Messina Set to “Shine” for Earth Hour 2009

Nashville Earth Hour 2009 celebrity spokeswoman Jo Dee Messina will debut her new single, “Shine,” in the dark. The Curb artist will perform for the crowd gathered at Nashville’s Sommet Center Plaza moments after Nashville’s Lower Broadway and major skyscrapers go dark to celebrate Earth Hour this Saturday, March 28 at 8:30 PM/CT. More than 200 of Nashville’s landmarks, buildings and businesses will participate in World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour, the world’s largest demonstration of public concern for climate change, by going dark for one hour on Saturday night. Messina’s website, www.jodeemessina.com, will go dark for a 24-hour period. Fans logging on to the site will see a simple message about Earth Hour and hear “Shine” played throughout the day.

“Climate change is one of the most urgent issues facing the world today,” Messina said. “I’m proud to join everyone in Nashville, and millions around the world, to call on our leaders to take action.”

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